- Philmont celebrates its one-millionth visitor
- Yes, summer months count toward advancement time
- What do the different colors of Scouting shoulder loops mean?
- What’s the most interesting or novel Eagle project idea you’ve seen?
- California continues dominance of Koch International Sea Scout Cup
As Philmont Scout Ranch celebrates its one-millionth camper this summer, take a look at this 1941 map of the base when it was still known as Philturn.
In one troop, the Scoutmaster mandates that summer months don't count toward Boy Scout advancement requirements. Not true.
Blue, orange, silver, gold and two shades of green. Scouting shoulder loops come in multiple colors and are a quick way to identify the primary program to which a Scout or Scouter belongs.
Wherever the idea came from, let's hear it. We're gathering the most interesting, novel or off-the-wall Eagle project ideas around.
The USA 8 boat of Ben Brough and Laura Roudebush of Ship 90 in Newport Beach, Calif., won the 2014 William I. Koch International Sea Scout Cup.
The Caribbean Jamboree, held on the island of Curaçao off the Venezuelan coast, started Monday and lasts a week.
Citizenship in the Nation merit badge requirement 8 includes asking Scouts to write a letter to his elected official and show any response received to his counselor.
We've known the requirements for the new Venturing awards, and now we get our first look at what the awards themselves will look like.
A failed Eagle project sparked the Black Hills Cemetery Act. It's proof that what Scouts do matters, and sometimes it takes a few years to see that.
Eagle Scout Wes Siler published a piece for Gizmodo called "Boy Scouts Made Me The Man I Am Today, Here's How."
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